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London workers in line for a pay rise as employers look to combat talent drain from the city

Workers in London are in line for a pay rise as employers push to attract more candidates. It was a strong start to the year for both employers and professionals, and it’s clear that businesses in the capital were working hard last month to continue attracting talented candidates to their roles. In fact, according to the latest statistics from CV-Library, advertised salaries increased by 2.7 per cent year-on-year across the city. The data, which explored fluctuations in pay, jobs and applications...

The NRA takes aim at news reporters, the media and Oscars Hollywood stars with this sinister message

In a sinister backlash after Donald Trump suggested raising the minimum age for buying rifles to 21 and universal background checks - a suggestion he had appeared to backtrack after a meeting with the lobbying group for the guns industry - their lobbying TV channel NRATV put out this sinister video: https://twitter.com/NRATV/status/970402289742618624 NRA spokeswoman and NRATV presenter Dana Loesch vowed: "To every lying member of the media, to every Hollywood phony, to the role model athletes who use their free speech...

Hero bus driver who narrowly prevented crash during Beast from East meets Nicola Sturgeon

A hero bus driver who averted tragedy by pulling off a Fast & Furious-style manoeuvre to avoid a stuck Mini met with the First Minister today. Charmaine Laurie was filmed steering her double-decker bus away from a car that had veered onto the wrong side of the road. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon meets Lothian Bus driver Charmaine Laurie who steered her double-decker to avoid a car which lurched into her path in the snow. March 5 2018 The Lothian Buses...

Hotel chain turned away homeless people during arctic weather, it has been claimed

Last Friday night as the country was dealing with the worst weather for a number of years, a Premier Inn turned away homeless people who had been gifted a room for the night, reports The Evening Standard. 19 rooms has been hired for the evening for a young farmers groups at the Weston-Super-Mare East branch, at a cost of three thousand pounds. Due to the adverse weather conditions the group couldn’t make the trip and decided to offer the rooms...

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